Actors, including Chris Hemsworth, open up about the sacrifices their wives have made for their careers.
Jenna Dewan Tatum is a mom who loves dancing, if she had a son would she let him dance? See what she has to say.
She says growing up as a dancer made her at ease in her body, and working out while she was pregnant helped keep things together.
Sin City got extra decadent on Friday when Jenna Dewan Tatum stepped out for opening night of ‘Magic Mike Live Las Vegas’ in a black, long-sleeved mesh mini dress. The dress fit the dancer/actress like a second skin, while strategically placed panels were the only things preventing the star from being totally stripped down.
If you follow Channing Tatum on Instagram, you’d know he occasionally shares personal snaps of his gorgeous wife Jenna Dewan Tatum along with sweet messages that’ll melt your heart. Like this: It's not hard to take a beautiful picture of this magical creature. But I thought this one was special. #leicaQ A photo posted by Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) on Jan 18, 2016 at 12:20am PST
Get ready to feel old – because “Step Up” turned 10 on Aug. 11. The movie didn’t just give us LOLs and cool hop hop routines you tried to recreate in your bedroom, it also blessed us with one of our favourite Hollywood couples: Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan. To celebrate the movie’s milestone, we took a look at how the duo’s style has evolved over the last decade. Click through the gallery above to see more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA
Women get a lot of flack for spending countless hours in front of the mirror but the truth is, it’s got nothing to do with sex. Click through the gallery above to see 10 of the most well-groomed men in Hollywood who easily compete for time in the bathroom. Did we miss someone? Let us know by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
Channing Tatum Can Vogue Better Than Madonna Channing Tatum’s such a good dancer he made Step Up, a really bad movie, into one of the biggest franchises, and got Magic Mike, a film about male strippers, a sequel. To mark this impressive feat, and Magic Mike XXL’s release on Wednesday, Tatum (no one calls him Channing) appears on the cover of Vanity Fair’s August issue. The editorial, shot by Annie Liebovitz, shows off the star’s athleticism, having him climb up lamp posts on the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank, Calif., and keep his hunky body hoisted in the air using just his burly biceps. But the best part has to be a behind-the-scenes video of Tatum breaking it down. “The group was called Male Encounter.” And if this looping GIF, a magazine cover, and multiple blockbusters wasn’t enough Tatum busting a move for a lifetime, there’s still a chance this isn’t his last hurrah. “Well, we’re going to start a [Magic Mike] show in Vegas, and I’ll never say never,” he revealed.
Photo: Instagram/JennaLDewan Women know the joys of soaking our feet it a warm basin and getting them scrubbed, massaged, and pampered. But every time we try to drag the men in our lives to the nail salon for apedicure their response is “no way.” You’d think with athletes like Dwayne Wade and rappers like Diddy singing the praises of pedicures the stigma of guys getting their nails done would fade. It’s not like they’re getting sparkly polish applied.